Subject: [SEWORLD] Call for Participation - 23rd Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training - March 9-12, 2010 Carnegie Mellon University Date: Sun, 24 Jan 2010 19:04:02 -0500 From: "Gil Taran" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: <seworld@SIGSOFT.ORG> 23rd IEEE-CS Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEE&T), Pittsburgh, PA, USA, March 9 - 12, 2010 Bridging the Gap between Academia and Industry in Software Engineering Education and Training http://conferences.computer.org/cseet/2010/ <http://cseet2010.dei.uc.pt/> Call for Participation Industry and Academia have always had differences in how they perceive what needs to be taught and what needs to be used for effective software development. Ongoing advances in technology, in software processes and in development methods, makes it important to focus the teaching on enduring principles. These advances also make it difficult for students and practitioners to balance using what they learn with the pressures of keeping up with new information, tools and requirements as they become an industry mainstream. An effective dialogue between industry and academia that bridges the divide and generates a real collaboration to address these issues has not yet been formalized. It is this year's goal to bring together academics and industry professionals to form a community that does exactly that. To do this, we have focused this year's conference program on looking at innovative ways to bridge the gap between industry and academia by bringing into the classroom tools, methods and techniques that make for effective leaning. By innovating how we teach software engineering and the choices we make for what we teach we hope to be training the student of today to adapt to the ways of tomorrow. Our keynotes this year feature a mix of prominent industry thought leaders, such as: - Dr. Anuj Dhanda, CIO of PNC Bank - Dr. Nick Bowen, VP for Technology at IBM - Dr. Alistair Cockburn of the Agile Manifesto - Prof. Raj Reddy, Carnegie Mellon, (Turing award winner) - Prof. Mary Shaw, Carnegie Mellon Of particular interest to trainers and educators will be the set of practical workshops on the following topics: - Effective Learning and its impact on Teaching and Course Design - Using Card, Board and Video Games in Software Engineering Education - Teaching Using the Learn By Doing approach - Using Improvisation in teaching - Puzzle Based Learning - Using Japanese MANGA Narrative in teaching Software Engineering - Using Film making methods to enhance Software Design - Enhancing Your Teaching using Tablet PCs - Agile Estimation, Distributed SCRUM and Nano-Incremental Development Academy for Software Engineering Educators and Trainers (ASEET) A special one-day Academy for Software Engineering Educators & Trainers will be held on Friday, March 12, 2010. The purpose of the Academy is to provide an opportunity for software engineering educators and trainers to learn from master instructors in a highly dynamic, hands-on, interactive environment. The focus of this year's ASEE&T is going to be "Teaching Software Architectures". The following master educators confirmed their participation: - Dr. Len Bass, Software Engineering Institute, Leading co-author of Software Architecture in Practice, (2nd edition, Addison-Wesley, 2003) - Prof. David Garlan, Carnegie Mellon University, Co-author of Software Architecture: Perspectives on an Emerging Discipline (Prentice Hall, 1996). - Dr. Eric Dashofy, the Aerospace Corporation, Co-author of Software Architecture: Foundations, Theory, and Practice (Wiley, 2009). Grants and Further Information We have local industry support to partially subsidize conference registrations on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you need this support, please send an email to email@example.com with the subject line "CSEET10 financial support." For Information about the conference: Visit: http://conferences.computer.org/cseet/2010/ <http://cseet2010.dei.uc.pt/> Registrations: http://cseet2010.dei.uc.pt/index.php/Registration Email: firstname.lastname@example.org The Conference is Sponsored and Supported By: IEEE Computer Society Institute for Software Research, Carnegie Mellon University Cylab, Carnegie Mellon University iCarnegie, Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University Conference Program Committee: André van der Hoek, UC Irvine Andrew Begel, Microsoft April Sweet, Sandia Labs Atsushi Inoue, Eastern Washington University Ben Linders, Ericson Bill Keicher, MIT Lincoln Labs Christopher Nelson, Expedia Dan Lee, KAIST Dave Root, Carnegie Mellon University Edy Liongosari, Accenture Grace Lewis, Software Engineering Institute Ita Richardson University of Limerick Jan Acosta, IBM Linda Northrop, Software Engineering Institute Mark Hutchins, SAP Mark Klein, Software Engineering Institute Mark Paulk, Carnegie Mellon University Matt Bass, Carnegie Mellon University Orit Hazzan, Technion Paul Strooper, Univ of Queensland Paulo Marques, Univ of Coimbra Pierre Bourque, Univ of Quebec Richard Turner, Stevens Institute of Technology Scott Lewis, Eclipse Shashikant Albal, SSN Todd Sedano, Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley Vladimir Pavlov, INSTEPI ---------------------- Gil Taran, CSEET 2010 Conference Chair Gil Taran Associate Teaching Professor Masters of Software Engineering School of Computer Science Carnegie Mellon University Tel. 412-268-6191 Fax. 412-268-5413 300 S. Craig St, Pittsburgh PA 15213
From: Gil Taran <email@example.com> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: [SEWORLD] Call for Papers: CSEET 2010, March 9-12, 2010 Carnegie Mellon University Date: Sun, 26 Jul 2009 11:52:24 -0400 23rd IEEE-CS Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training March 9 - 12, 2010, Pittsburgh, PA, USA Call For Papers Bridging the Gap between Academia and Industry in Software Engineering Education and Training http://conferences.computer.org/cseet/2010/ The CSEET conference is returning to Carnegie Mellon University once again where it started 15 years ago. Advances in technology and communications enable new applications to be both conceived and made feasible every day. The implication of this is a continuous demand for highly skilled software engineers. However, there is a marked skills shortage occurring both in the IT professions and in engineering: on the one hand students are not entering SE programs in the numbers industry needs and on the other, industry reports graduates are lacking in skills considered important - in the newer technical areas and in business and soft skills. In short, there are gaps to be bridged. In order to provide the profession with appropriately educated individuals with the right skills who are well trained as software engineers, the education and training techniques we currently use, need to change. CSEE&T 2010 will include research and experience paper presentations (including short papers), panel discussions, workshops and tutorials and the Academy for SE Education and Training (ASEE&T). We invite high quality, original papers from all Software Engineering educators, trainers, users and providers, covering the conference theme and related topics. Submissions may address all areas of curriculum development, empirical studies, personal or institutional experiences, conceptual or theoretical work. The program will provide numerous opportunities for academic and industry participants to interact and learn from each other. Join us in exploring how we start to bridge the Academic/Industry divide in SE education and training. Topics of Interest Papers are invited addressing (but not restricted to) the following Topics: - Education theory and pedagogy - Curriculum and teaching materials (either in general or related to specific SE areas) - Learning environments - Performance evaluation and assessment - Issues of eLearning for SE - Software engineering professionalism - Education & training for current SE practices - Internship and projects for students and graduates - Case studies of educational or training practices - Industry-academia collaboration models - Project management for SE Papers covering the above topics in the following areas are particularly sought: - Large-scale Distributed SE - Collaborative Environments and Computer Supported Cooperative SE - Tools and Processes for Distributed multi-site SE - Agile Methods in Practice - Component-based SE - Technology Transfer - Software Engineering Ontology Research Papers Authors are invited to submit papers describing original research in all areas of SE education and training. Papers describing theoretical or empirical research, new techniques and tools, novel interpretation and in-depth case studies are all welcome. Submissions should be original and should not have been published previously or currently be under consideration for publication elsewhere. Paper submissions will be reviewed and evaluated based on originality, technical quality and relevance to the field of software engineering education in accordance with IEEE requirements. As in previous years, the proceedings will be published by the IEEE Computer Society Press. One author from each accepted paper is required to register as delegate and present the paper at the conference. Experience Reports & Short Papers The objective of experience reports is to discuss results (both good and bad), obstacles, and lessons learned associated with education and training for SE from the perspective of practitioners in industry or government. Such "real world" experience shared with educators provides valuable input into future directions for education and allows others to learn from successes and failures. Short paper submissions that address software engineering education and training topics are also invited. Short papers may discuss an idea at an early stage, or a promising idea that may lack complete evaluation. Each accepted experience report and short paper will be presented by an author in a conference session, and will appear in the IEEE digital library. The abstract only of short papers will appear in the conference proceedings. Posters Emerging ideas for research, teaching practice, or tools can be presented as posters. The posters are evaluated based on their originality and the possible future contribution to the field of SE Education & Training. Submissions from students are encouraged. Workshops & Tutorials Workshop and Tutorial proposals that have practical appeal to the SE education and training community are sought. These enable participants to exchange experiences and opinions, or learn more about a topic relevant to the conference theme. Please submit your proposals detailing the topic, theme and goals, intended audience and the preparation required of them, presenter/s and their affiliations. Activities and format along with anticipated time requirements should also be provided. Panels Panel sessions allow the audience to interact with panelist who provides an engaging, informative and entertaining discussion of a timely topic from multiple perspectives. Please submit your proposals detailing the topic and how it meets the needs of the CSEE&T audience, biographies and position statements of each of the panelists and a biography of the proposed moderator. Submission Details Please read the CSEE&T Researchers Guide <http://serl.iiit.ac.in/CSEET/CSEETResearchGuide.pdf> (http://serl.iiit.ac.in/CSEET/CSEETResearchGuide.pdf) prior to preparing your paper. Important Dates Submission Deadlines October 1, 2009 Research Papers & Experience reports due October 1, 2009 Short Papers due October 15, 2009 Workshop, Panel & Tutorial proposals December 15, 2009 Camera ready copy due all papers and Reports Notification of acceptance November 15, 2009 Notification of all Paper Acceptance November 15, 2009 Notification of Workshops, Panels and Tutorials More Information Visit: http://conferences.computer.org/cseet/2010/ Email: email@example.com Conference Organizing Committee Conference Chair: Gil Taran, Carnegie Mellon University, USA firstname.lastname@example.org Program Chairs: Mel Rosso-Llopart, Carnegie Mellon University, USA email@example.com Mário Zenha Rela, University of Coimbra, Portugal firstname.lastname@example.org Workshop/Panels Chair: Lynn Carter, Carnegie Mellon University/Qatar, LRCarter@cmu.edu ASEET Chair Hossein Saiedian <email@example.com> Finance Chair: Mariana Miranda firstname.lastname@example.org Web masters: Mário Zenha Rela, University of Coimbra, Portugal Conference Sponsored By: IEEE Computer Society Conference Co-Sponsored By: Institute for Software Research, Carnegie Mellon University Cylab, Carnegie Mellon University iCarnegie, Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University Conference Program Committee: André van der Hoek, UC Irvine Andrew Begel, Microsoft April Sweet, Sandia Labs Atsushi Inoue, Eastern Washington University Ben Linders, Ericson Bill Keicher, MIT Lincoln Labs Christopher Nelson, Expedia Dan Lee, KAIST Dave Root, Carnegie Mellon University Edy Liongosari, Accenture Grace Lewis, Software Engineering Institute Ita Richardson University of Limerick Jan Acosta, IBM Linda Northrop, Software Engineering Institute Mark Hutchins, SAP Mark Klein, Software Engineering Institute Mark Paulk, Carnegie Mellon University Matt Bass, Carnegie Mellon University Orit Hazzan, Technion Paul Strooper, Univ of Queensland Paulo Marques, Univ of Coimbra Pierre Bourque, Univ of Quebec Richard Turner, Stevens Institute of Technology Scott Lewis, Eclipse Shashikant Albal, SSN Todd Sedano, Carnegie Mellon University – Silicon Valley Vladimir Pavlov, INSTEPI
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